Maximising safety for compaction with Road Widener

Maximising safety for compaction with Road Widener

Posted in Industry News, Latest News, Special Features, Technology Update//April 27, 2022

Road Widener’s Offset Vibratory Roller attachment provides a compaction solution that ensures operators remain safe, irrespective of slope or hazardous conditions on the site.

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Victorian subsidy boosting electric vehicle uptake

Victorian subsidy boosting electric vehicle uptake

Posted in Industry News, Latest News//April 11, 2022

The Victorian Government’s Zero Emissions Vehicle Subsidy program has resulted in increased electric vehicle purchases throughout the state, with more than 4000 people using the program since May last year.

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Tasmania’s $565M Midland Highway upgrade closer to finish line

Tasmania’s $565M Midland Highway upgrade closer to finish line

Posted in Latest News//February 04, 2022

A decade-long plan to upgrade Tasmania's 176-kilometre long inter-city Midland Highway is moving closer to completion, with works starting in the coming weeks on safety upgrades for the final three sections of the highway.

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New technology trialled at WA signalised pedestrian crossings

New technology trialled at WA signalised pedestrian crossings

Posted in Industry News, Latest News//January 24, 2022

Main Roads Western Australia has started rolling out new technology at selected signalised pedestrian crossings with high volumes of pedestrian demand in the Perth Metropolitan area, testing the capabilities of new contactless sensors.

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Survey finds lack of equal pay, representation, and support for women in STEM industries

Survey finds lack of equal pay, representation, and support for women in STEM industries

Posted in Industry News, Latest News//November 01, 2021

The Women Staying in The STEM (Science, technology, engineering, and mathematics) Workforce report has found that women in these industries face a gender pay gap of 22 per cent, when compared to their male counterparts. The report has also found that COVID-19 has resulted in higher job losses among women, when

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Contract awarded for Surrey Hills, Mont Albert level crossing removals

Contract awarded for Surrey Hills, Mont Albert level crossing removals

Posted in Contracts and tenders, Latest News//August 17, 2021

The Victorian Government has awarded a $631 million contract to Laing O’Rourke, Jacobs and Metro Trains Melbourne to remove two dangerous levels crossings in Melbourne’s east, in partnership with the Level Crossing Removal Project.

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